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21 oz denim

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by Brian SD, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. Brian SD

    Brian SD Well-Known Member

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    yes.. they must be very resistant

    first for being high quality selvage, second for the weight
    Is it bullet-proof?
     
  3. dusty

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    [​IMG] I hear they do the distressing with a mace.
     
  4. Nick M

    Nick M Well-Known Member

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    The breaking-in period is "the term of your natural life".

    They get their first wash during your wake, you have to put it in your will.
     
  5. Cake

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    "You never actually own a Studio d'Artisan, you merely look after it for the next generation"

    Begin your own tradition.
     
  6. Brian SD

    Brian SD Well-Known Member

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    I'm looking after some of the Studio D'Artisan left hand twill boot cuts. I'm not sure if I want those or the veggie indigo "tight straight."
     
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    Both are nice. Veg indigo 103s especially.
     
  8. Brian SD

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    Yea those are the ones I'm considering. I would by default go that way as I really want a pair of veg indigo jeans, but I also like the bootcut of the SD-1002, as well as the left hand twill which should make some nice vertical fading...
     
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    The Lefties are nice. I've only seen (so far, in the flesh) LHs in the 101 style (high back).

    The 103s are kinda like a Levi's 66. Low back yoke.

    BTW Denime released a 21oz pair a month or two ago.
     
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    That was enlightening.

    Thanks for grave-digging a thread six years old.
     
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    junk poster, can we just remove him please... kthanksbye
     
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    Six years ago you could talk about bootcuts without getting killed.
     
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    My jeans are 22 oz. :nodding:
     

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